On the Facebook page of musician Gramn there is a fairly specific description of the artist stating that she is “the irreverent voice of a young woman who tackles the trauma of her youth by creating raggo but honest music. Imagine a contemporary British Missy Elliot who spent time in detention singing with Jackie Wilson, left and made dark Trap and R&B tunes with Lapalux”.
All we can confirm is that her new single Mini Milk is super smooth and very relevant today. The production and construction of the song is very mature and it gives a glimpse into a successful pop music future for the young musician.
Only after the first week of protests in the US that were sparked by the murder of George Floyd, Trey Songz released a song about the matter. In it he wonders how much more suffering his brothers and sisters must face before real change happens.
As the struggle only continues for black people in the US Trey has now released the video for the song which can be viewed below.
“Tell me how can you be quiet? You know the language of the unheard, is a riot All we ever see from you is violence (true) You know you ain’t no better if you silent You talking ’bout the city on fire (oh, oh) Where your rage when my people die? We ain’t slaves, let my people fly (oh, yeah) Now it’s time, watch my people rise”
Our buddy from Puerto Rico, Fénix Castro also part of the political rap-rock group Yuca Brava, has released a new, banging tune featuring MalaCara. Fénix is always on top of what is going on and he constantly uses his voice to try to bring awareness to the issues affecting his people in Puerto Rico. Check out the new song below!